Water Parks to enjoy during Spring Break.
March 21, 2017
Spring is finally here, which means Spring Break is upon us! If you are new in America’s finest city, it can be a bit overwhelming trying to find activities for the family. But that’s OK because we can help you out with that! When you live in a city where it’s 75 degrees in the middle of winter, you learn to get acquainted with the beach and water parks. Here are three locations for you and your family to visit for your Spring Break.
San Diego’s Waterfront Park
Bring the kid’s downtown to San Diego’s Version of Central Park. Located in downtown San Diego near Little Italy is the 12-acre park loaded with tons of activities to keep the kids entertained. The park will also allow reservations for birthday parties. (No Lifeguard on duty)
Enjoy your afternoon at Santee Lakes’ Spray grounds. The location is small and easy for you to keep a close eye on your munchkins. The spray grounds are available to kids under the age of 13. Enjoy a nice picnic by the lake. Feed the ducks as they through the beautiful lakes. Be sure to pack flip flops or water shoes to prevent those feet from getting burned or blistered. (No Lifeguard on duty)
Cost: $2 per child, $3 -$5 per Adult depending on parking
Mission Bay Park
Mission Bay Park is one of the largest aquatic parks of its kind in the country. The park contains 27 miles of shoreline and has eight different swimming locations. Families can soak up the sun, swim, or even rent boats. There is also 14 miles of bike paths along Mission Bay Park. Opportunities are endless for you and your family.
Cost: Free to Swim and Picnic
Don’t forget to pack sunscreen and water shoes!